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we were going to shut them down,” Shelly said. “We felt we had the right scheme in place. We were kind of worried because we had gone 21/2 weeks without playing a game, but these guys were chomping at the bit. Our kids make plays.”
After eating up most of the clock in the third quarter, 6SrLnJfieOd’s BrendDn BoyOe broke through for a 33-yard touchdown run. With the two-point conversion, the Spartans were up 16-0 and in command.
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“This win was for our senior class and we also wanted to send a message,” Shelly said. “We feel that we warrant the opportunity to prove we are the best team Ln DLsWrLFW 2ne AA. HoSefully people in the higher-up will give us that opportunity in the future.”
Despite a tough loss, Mayson was happy with the season his team had.
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